Blog: The Road We Must Travel - 2011-10-19
As of this writing the petition to the White House to investigate the Department of Justice's cover up of the ongoing crimes of David Miscavige contains 3,702 signatures. I haven't campaigned actively on the issue even though I have periodically offered more evidence supporting the premises of the petition.
Some have commented, and even used as a motivation for more action, that Miscavige will take a big win if the number does not reach the 5,000 threshold requiring White House response. I don't want to dampen any effective arguments people are using to garner more support. At the same time I have something to say about this one in particular. If David Miscavige takes a win on somewhere on the order of 4,000 people taking the bold step of putting their John Hancock's to a petition to investigate him, the times they are a changing. Two years ago I would venture that less than a 1,000 people would be willing to make that move.
That 4,000 people of every different stripe - Independent Scientologists, ex-Scientologists, anti-Scientologists, Anonymous activists, Methodists, Mormans, Catholics, Episcopalians, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, you name it - can come together on the issue of Corporate Scientology crime, and act in unison (many even leaving evidence of where they might be found), the times they are a changing.